In these exceptional circumstances brought about by COVID-19, where well-oiled organisations and lives of individuals are set in complete disarray, the HR profession finds itself at the centre of this chaos.

Precisely in a time such as this, that the HR community must stand together, step-up and step-forward to 'reimagine' a world of work that’s more human while meeting our legal obligations as we plan for transition back to the workplace, post COVID-19.


  • Bernadette How, Associate Clyde & Co Clasis
  • Kenneth Low, CIPD Asia
  • Alvin Goh, SHRI

Chaired by May Leng Kwok, Regional Head – APAC, CIPD Asia


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